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September 2017

“FA need to ask many questions and have missed the detail” (Widespread media observations about the latest rumpus brewing within the Football Association).

BUT! The detail will be missed if the wrong questions are asked. It’s NOT about the number of questions asked but the tactical use of relevant and appropriate questions within the workplace investigation. They are central to managing cases ‘extraordinarily’, precisely what Intersol are world class experts at and can support HR managers with.


Do you take part in fact-finding workplace meetings or enquiries?

Have you ever been asked to conduct a workplace investigation or manage a case?

Have you ever had to make critical business decisions based on accuracy, fact, and detail?

Yes to any or all of the above? Read on!

Intersol are world-leading experts in investigation and interviewing, working with any entity that relies on accuracy, detail, and facts to inform critical decision-making and manage cases ‘extraordinarily’.

Commissioned globally within Financial Services, GRC, Audit, Corporate Law, Regulators, and HR, we work with our partners to combine subject matter expertise, psychology, and non-technical skills; weaving together the three strands of training, strategy, and tactics to deliver:

  • Added value and quality business outcomes
  • Risk and reputation management
  • Reduced costs and increased efficiencies
  • Brand protection
  • Improved staff confidence, and
  • Extraordinary Case Management (ECM®)

Developing practitioners who think and act proactively, preventing, rather than reacting to, the unwanted and catastrophic.

Intersol Global, the chosen partner and provider of evidence based investigation and interview solutions to any entity that values Extraordinary Case Management (ECM®) – The Mark of Investigation Quality.

More detail about the Intersol proposal can be found here: Intersol Proposal and a media release about Intersols support of HR here: HR Press Release

Contact us for an informal and discreet discussion about how we can help protect your reputation and manage risks.



On Friday 15 September the Attorney General published a Call for Evidence regarding the impact of social media on the administration of justice which will run for a 12 week period.

The Call for Evidence will consider the impact of social media on the administration of justice.  Following the case of R v F, D ex parte British Broadcasting Corporation and eight other media organisations [2016] EWCA Crim 12 in which the jury had to be discharged due to the number of adverse comments on social media, Sir Brian Leveson asked that the Attorney General, in his role as guardian of the public interest, analyse the impact of social media commentary on court proceedings in order to inform an assessment of whether any further measures are required.  The Attorney considers that a Call for Evidence, seeking views from across the criminal justice landscape, will best assess the risks arising from social media to the fairness of criminal trials, the right to anonymity of victims and the integrity of judicial orders in criminal proceedings.

The Call is directed primarily at the judiciary, criminal law practitioners, and victim groups.

Link to the paper here: AG Call_for_Evidence__Final_